Charles Taylor

(1867-1918). Author of The Marked Bible; teacher and minister. Despite his father’s being a spiritualist medium, Charles dedicated his life to Christian service at an early age, largely through the influence of his sisters, one of whom, May Taylor (later Mrs. Quantock), was among the pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionaries in India. After his baptism in 1884 he assisted in tent evangelism, canvassed, and helped in the Tract Society office. For a time in 1885 he worked at the Battle Creek Sanitarium, then in the pressroom of the Pacific Press (1886-1888). In 1889 he served as field secretary of the California Sabbath School Association, and the next year preached at Washington, D.C. In 1891 he married Lucy E. Brown and for a while worked as a field secretary of the General Conference S...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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